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Barrow and B.T.L. go to war over taxes, concessions

The gloves are off between government and Belize Telemedia Limited in their dispute over payment of business tax and the enforcement of an agreement to provide the company with a [...]

Resident’s video shows Gales Point at height of flood

On last night’s newscast we took a look at the aftermath of massive flooding at Gales Point and Mullins River Villages. Our team had literally just stepped off the boat [...]

U.S. Army will supply Bailey Bridge at Kendal

Relief operations continue in flood affected areas with life rapidly returning to normal—or at least as normal as life can be without household goods—and in some cases any house at [...]

P.S.E. results are in; will be announced tomorrow

The results of the Primary School Examinations are in. It is expected, however, that the Ministry of Education will not officially release them until tomorrow. Over six thousand standard six [...]

Parents should make sure kids can swim like Riley

If you saw our newscast yesterday you would have marveled at the ability of three year old Riley Rubio to survive the flood at Mullins River … simply because he [...]

Rice scarce and when found it pricey

We’ve been following the rice situation for a few weeks now, pointing out the intricacies of farming and marketing. We also noted that despite what government may say about price [...]

Watch out, bread going up too!

And if you’re not happy with the price or supply of rice, hold on because things are not any better with that other staple food: bread. Sources tell News Five [...]

Second double murder suspect detained by police

Police have made a second arrest in connection with last week’s double murder in Bermudian Landing. The suspect, who was apprehended in Belize City last night, is expected to be [...]

Paralyzed shooting victim seeks help

On this newscast we carry a lot of stories about young men being shot … but we rarely follow up on what happens to victims of this epidemic of urban [...]